Originally written on Diehardsport  |  Last updated 11/14/14
On CBC’s intermission program the Hotstove, a multitude of things were discussed but the most intriguing was the potential for the Phoenix Coyotes to move out of Arizona.  The Phoenix Coyotes and the city of Glendale have had issues finding a new owner and agreeing to terms.  Now there is a council meeting on June 25th to determine whether or not the newest ownership group can work with the city of Glendale.  This article from the Sporting News does a great job of detailing the concerns with the deal. The Vancouver Canucks recently tried to place their new AHL team at the Key Arena in Seattle and were told by the NHL that it is not available, so they put the team in Utica, New York.  Why was the move not allowed?  Because the NHL’s backup plan for the Coyotes is to sell them to a group that would move the team to Seattle, according to CBC’s Elliotte Friedman and Glen Healy.  We will find out July 2nd if that will actually happen, but the move to Seattle would be a first for the NHL ...
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2 Comments:
  • This may actually effect the 1500 people in the entire state of Arizona who care about the Coyotes!
  • It's actually more like1.5 million who are Coyote fans here and abroad! Idiots and warm weather haters like you should keep predudice out! What if it was your team? How would you feel? Idiot
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